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Reporter had defied death threats to continue covering Taliban operations.
Although people are friendly, there are few job opportunities.
More than half of all reported weddings in north east region involves a minor.
Tribal justice processes are the only remaining choice for most.
Praise for latest talks supporting peace negotiations between Kabul and the Taleban.
8 Jan 18
Tactic signals fresh effort to eliminate insurgents’ income from narcotics.
7 Jan 18
New swathe of investigations produced into crucial local issues.
5 Jan 18
Locals claim that few Afghan have even heard of the flagship organisation.
5 Jan 18
Plans for a dedicated business park in south of country have failed to materialise.
13 Dec 17
Prisoners endangered as building work stalls on new premises.
11 Dec 17
Telecommunication provision so poor that locals need to use the services of neighbouring Tajikistan.
7 Dec 17
It’s proving hard to get a license without paying a heft backhander.
7 Dec 17
Excessive red tape and corruption have led to a huge backlog.
5 Dec 17
Investigation suggests that large numbers of children are being sexually assaulted.
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